Electronic Interconnect Showcases Thermal Management at the Strategies in Light Show


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Electronic Interconnect will exhibit at the Strategies in Light show, regarded as one of the largest shows in the lighting industry, next month. Lighting executives, advisors, consultants, designers and marketers are scheduled to attend the March 1-3, 2016 show at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California.

Electronic Interconnect is keen on displaying and sharing its key capabilities for FR4 to metal core PCB applications specifically designed for LED industry. The innovative thermal management solutions offered by EI has made even the Super Bowl games brighter. EI is exhibiting at Strategies in Light show in order to display its core thermal management capabilities to various LED industry players.

This event will bring together more than 5,500 industry professionals from 73 countries. Attendees will have the opportunity to select between concurrent sessions focused on favorite topics including new developments within the industry, research and development, standards, business management, and market segmentation. Attendees have the opportunity to participate in interactive workshops and learn the latest in new technology, all while networking with peers and exchanging tips and activities related to business best practices.

You can visit Electronic Interconnect to learn more about their thermal management PCB solutions at the Strategies in Light show from March 1st through the 3rd in booth #420.  For further information or to contact EI, click here.

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